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Large Amateur Finishers agree that Tank
Development for Films gives more detail and
better contrast than the old hand methid-and
there is not the inclination to slight the work in a rush, while the chances
of scratching the emulsion is practically eliminated.
In tank development the developer is easily kept at the proper temperature and
strength, which is very essential but almost impossible in any other method. It will
pay you to consider our methods in fixing and washing, as well. It is rater n
sive for you when your films are spoiled in developing. Better bring theta to the and
make sure. If you want we'll show you how it's done here. LYNDODN

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ANN ARBOR

JANUARY SALE
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-Our ad in student publi-
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GUY WOOLFOLK

--More thian a dozen members of the
freshman class have been stricken
with tonsilitis recently, according to
the report of Dr. H. H. Cummings of
the University health service. Several
cases of measles have also been de-
tected lately, but Dr. Cummings says
that there is no reason to believe that
an epidemic of either of these diseases
will result.
--Tle recent action of the board of,
regents in raising the medical fee for
all students by $4.00, will enable the
university to take care of all students
at the university hospitals for any time
up to 60 days. There will be no charge
whatever for hospital fees.
-President Harry B. Hutchins has
tentatively accepted an invitation to
speak at the Washtenaw county bar
association banquet, Thursday in the
Allenel hotel. He will return from
Massachusetts Monday.
-Keystone club will meet at 7:00
o'clock tonight, at the Union. A con-
stitution will be presented for the rat-
ification of the members.
-The forestry department yesterday
received 150 slides from the forestry
service at Washington, D. C. The
slides will be used to' illustrate lec-
tures on forest fire fighting.
--Boxing lessons are being given in
Waterman gym by a professional en-
gaged by Dr. May. Only a limited
number of students can now be accom-
modated as the instructor's time is
nearly all arranged for.
-Senior pharmies have placed their
order for 100 invitations and 25 canes.
Those desiring more invitations are
requested to leave their orders with
J. K. Lilly, and canes can be ordered
from V. F. McIntyre.
-Final tryouts for the German play to
be given by the Deutscher Verein will
be held this afternoon in the Verein
room in University hall. The three
meeting already held have resulted in
a ,wealth of good material appearing.
Announcements of the cast will be
made in the near future.
-Prof. Richard D. Hollister will ad-
dress the oratorical association this
evening. The meeting will start at
8:00 o'clock.
-New members of the student council
will take the oath of office at the next
meeting, which is scheduled for 7:30
o'clock Tuesday. Further discussion
of the reorganization will take place
after the report of the committee,
which is obtaining faculty opinion, is
recived.

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FEBRUARY

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MATINEE-NIGHT
Washington's Birthday
C. S. Primrose
Presents
ROBERT EDESON'S
Great Play
"tWhere
The
Trail
Divides"
As seen in all the big cities-A big
scenic production-This season's
big success.
NIGHT
Thirteen Rows Orchestra... ....S.o
Balance Orchestra ................ 75
Four Rows Balcony...............75
Balance Balcony..................50
MATIN FE'
Thirteen Rows Orchestra..........75
Balance Orchestra................50
E ntire Balcony...................25

NIGHT
4 Rows Orchestra.... $1.50
Balauce Orc estra..$1 .
a Roase Balcony........5acts
BalanaceBalcny.......5Scds

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4 Rows Orchestra.....$1.00
Balance Orchestra ......75cts
Entire Balcony..........50cts

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WHUTNE

In all its original Excellence-All the Famous
Features Accentuated - Including Celebrated
Dubl e Male Quartetfe-rand Choir, Grace
Church, N. Y. 20 Voices, Etc.

FEBRUARY

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Friday,
February,

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MATINEE

ing Spring and Summer Ready-to-
[g from the shop of A. Starr Best,

SHOWROOM-326 S. STATE ST.

AJES TIC
TONIGHT!I
THE HOWE AND NORTH-
LANE CO.
In the Comedy Surprise
t'in and Out"
Coming Monday
"ALADDIN"S LAMP"

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Wm. A. Brady's
Greatest Success

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Return of

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And
P a id F or
By Geo, Broadburst
Special Return Engagement of the
Greatest Success of the Year.
Pi;ces: $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c,

chtries Dillingham
Presents
THE SEASON'S DRAMATIC TRIUMPH
Edward Sheldon's
Great Love Drama
ROMANCE
The Sensational Hit of New York
and Chicago
Presented by a Large and Capable
Company-Special Scenery and Effects
"RO MANCE is the Romance of a
Famnous Grand Opera Singer and a
Young Clergyman. I)espite their differ
ent callings they are drawn together by
a profound and Sincere love, But the
woman has drained the cup of life so
deeply that her marriage to the niin bter
is imnpossible. In the hour of trial she
rises to sublime heights of self-denial,
proving herself stronger than the mnan,
NOTE-Patrons are earnestly requested
to he in their seats Lcfore the risc of the
curtain, as the storul, evtins withprologue
Price s: $1.50, $t,75c, S0c,26c

Press Your Clothes

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laePgirtnin DeC e,

25C

TROUSERS 10c

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1112 S. University Ave.

Speaking about clothes
You will appreciate the effect
of our new high waisted mod-
el.
It gives that trim effct found
only in the highest grade of
hand-tailored garments.

"HENPECKED HENRY"-FEB. 26
30-People--30
-Dr. Price, of Cleveland, Ohio, will
deliver the Founder's Day address at
the celebration to be held by the med-
ical and dental departments in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall at 8:00 o'clock
Monday evening. "Some Modern Dis-
coveries in Medicine and Surgery will
be the subject of the lecture.
MINOR SPORTS ARE POPULAR
WITH STUDENTS
(Continued from page 1)
of the same size.
The work of the Department of In-
tramural Activities, has been-so far
an experimental nature. It is believed
that the experiment has been a suc-
cessful one, and in time will be able
to accomplish a great deal for the de-
velopment of the individual through
the medium of non varsity athletics.
Certain it is that more students have
taken part in the various athletic ac-
tivities, both varsity and non varsity,
so far this year than ever have taken
part up to this time in years past.
How much actual physical benefit has
been derived by these additional stu-
dents is a matter of the grosesst con-
jecture, as only years of careful obser-
vation can determine such a matter.

served to order.

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PACKARD ACADEMY
Dancing classes Monday and Friday 7 P. M. Private
pointinent. Dance hall with dining room acconodations.

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We buy in large quantities, and give you the benefit.
For this week only we offer
IR SAN MARCO I 0cCIGARS for 25c
OTHER BRANDS AT POPULAR PRICES
Zemember, these are strictly 1o-cent cigars, fresh every
by express.
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February
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ILLIAM E DIETERLE
FORMERLY THE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR
to announce that he hasopened atailoring establishment in Detroit at
94 WEST FORT STREET
With a Complete Line of
BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
al attention given to my College trade. The same prices
Better Satisfaction and Better Workmanship.
DIE TERLE-VARSITY TAILOR

In Old Armory

OPEN EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING

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President Cashier V. Presid
Detroit-, Michigan
FIRST NATIONAL BAM
of Ann Argor, Mich.
-I-Capital $1oo,ooo.
Next Week, "THE BIRD OF PARADISE" Surplus and Profits, $65,ooo
Do your pipes t-ed repairing? Bring Safety razors sharpened keen as
them nl-we'll fix them. Tolbaceo 2c each. Pay after you try b<
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